Family Fun things for the Weekend of October 2, 2015

It is going to be a rainy weekend – so be sure to call or check out each event’s website before you venture out. Have a great weekend!

October 1 – 4 – Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze

8 acre corn maze with educational information and activities, rope mazes, duck race, corn box, pedal tractors, play area, weekend hayrides and flashlight mazes. Group rates by appointment. Call for hours. Misty Meadows Farm Creamery, 14325 Misty Meadow Road, Smithsburg, MD 21783. 301-824-2112 or http://www.mistymeadowsfarmcreamery.com/

October 2 & 3 – Fall Bargin Sale

Sale of gently used clothing, household items, jewelry, linens and collectibles. Friday 9am – 1pm. Saturday 9am – noon. The Women’s Club, 31 S. Prospect Street, Hagerstown, MD 21740. 301-739-0870 or http://womensclubhagerstown.org

October 2 & 3 – Williamsport’s Haunted History and Paranormal Tours

9 pm – Meet at Desert Rose Café, 42 N Conococheague St, Downtown Williamsport for a guide tour with haunted history and the paranormal will be featured on the tour. Tours run Fridays and Saturdays until Friday Oct 30.

October 2 – 4 – Corn Maze – Celebration Farm

8-Acre Corn Maze and Pick-Your-Own Pumpkin Patch. Get Lost in one or all three of the Mazes for one price. Fridays 5pm – 10pm / Saturdays Noon-10 pm / Sundays Noon-5 pm. Open Other Days by Appointment for Groups. Celebration Farm, 17638 Garden View Road, Hagerstown, MD. 301-393-4377 or http://www.HagerstownCornMaze.org.

October 3 – Broadfording Fall Fest and Car Cruise In

7 am – Broadfording Christian Academy, 13535 Broadfording Church Rd, Hagerstown. Free Admission $10 car cruise-in registration fee. Food, cars, vendors, crafters, music, yard sale, barrel train, face painting, pumpkin carving, painting, games, silent auction, pony rides, photo booth and more.

October 3- HCC Cruz In

10 am to 2 pm – Hagerstown Community College, 11400 Robinwood Dr, East of Hagerstown. $10 donation per entry. Awards announced at 2 pm. The first 100 entries will receive dash plaques. All vehicles must be driven, not on trailers. No pets, alcohol, or burnouts allowed on campus. All proceeds will go to the HCC Intern Scholarship Fund. For information or to register call Chris at 301-991-3947

October 3 – Family Fun Day

10 am to 2 pm – Animal Health Clinic of Funkstown, 26 E Baltimore St, Funkstown Kids Pup Crawl, staff chili cook off, a beer garden, play in the MASH unit, dunk a doctor in the dunk tank, face painting, games and crafts. For more info call 301-733-779

October 3 –Star Equestrian Center and Therapeutic Farm Open House

10 am to 4 pm – Star Equestrian Center and Therapeutic Farm, 13757 Broadfording Church Rd, Hagerstown. The open house will include wagon rides to and from Star Community’s Pond, visits to the new sensory walking trail, hay bale maze, old time games, Parelli and Lyons trainers doing workshops, and veterinarians and farrier workshops. Mums will be sold. Call 301-791-6222

October 3 – Clear Spring Fall Festival

9 am to 5 pm – Clear Spring Outdoor Agricultural and Environmental Center, behind Plum Grove, Broadfording Rd, Clear Spring – Free admission and parking .Food will be sold. Activities include cross-cut saw demonstrations at 10 am and 2 pm; draft house demonstrations at 10:30 and 2:30 pm pedal tractor pulls at 11 am and 1 pm; turkey calling at 130 pm; cider press at 9 am and hourly; live music from 11 am to 4 pm; the day also will include apple butter making, pumpkin decorating, scarecrow making and more. Sponsored by Clear Spring High School FFA and FFA alumni and Claud E Kitchens Outdoor School at Fairview. Rain or Shine

October 3 – Harvest Hoedown

10 am to 4 pm Bryon Memorial Park, Park Rd, Williamsport. Admission is free and proceeds benefit Williamsport Food Bank. Events include food, music, children’s activities, silent auction, vendors, make your own scarecrow and a square dancing demonstration.

October 3 – Wings & Wheels Expo 2015

Exhibits including airplanes and vehicles to delight everyone. Experience Hagerstown’s rich Aviation history. Hours 9am – 4pm. Hagerstown Aviation Museum, Hagerstown Regional Airport 18434 Showalter Road, Hagerstown, MD. http://www.wingsandwheelsexpo.com

October 3 – 200th Anniversary Fireman’s Parade & Block Party

The parade to begin at 1 pm and will run from Potomac Ave/Oak Hill Ave to E. Baltimore Street. A Block Party to follow in front of the First Hagerstown Hose Company. Games, Bucket Brigade Fireman Competition, Food Vendors. No entrance fee. First Hagerstown Hose Company, 33 S. Potomac Street, Hagerstown, MD 21740. Captain Royce, 301-549-8924 or http://engineone.org/

October 3- 4-H Fun Day

11 am to 2 pm- Williamsport Library, 104 E Potomac St Williamsport. Washington County 4-H Youth Development Program will assist participants in doing 4-H projects and learning what 4-h has to offer. Call 301-223-7027

October 3 – Antietam Tackle Show

9 am to 1 pm – The Best Western Grand Venice Hotel & Conference Center, 431 Dual Highway, Hagerstown. Admission is $5 a person. Antique fishing –tackle show. Call 610-346-7708

October 3 – Free Movie

2 pm – Fletcher Library, 100 S Potomac St Hagerstown – Free showing of “Cinderella” (PG) Call 301-739-3250 X 250 or go to www.washcolibrary.org

October 3 Monarch Butterfly education program

11:30 am to 2:30 pm- Kiwanis Park, near Imperial Drive, east of Eastern Blvd, Hagerstown. Free. After ribbon cutting ceremony to open the park. Family friendly event. Homeowners will learn information about steps they can take to help attract and sustain monarch butterflies, which are in decline. The University of Maryland Extension Master Gardeners of Washington County will share information on protecting monarchs and other pollinators. Sponsored by the Monarch Butterfly Alliance with support from the Potomac Valley Audubon Society. Call 240-291-6465

October 3 – “Sleeping Beauty”

11:30 am Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater and Children’s Theater, 44 N Potomac St , rear downtown Hagerstown. $15 per person – does not include drink or tip. Menu is choice of hot dog and chips or a personal cheese pizza for this live performance of a princess, sleeping enchantment and a prince. Call 301-739-7469 or go to www.washingtoncountyplayhouse.com

October 3 – Opening Reception

The Washington County Arts Council will host an opening reception for the exhibit of “Ben & Ira Lourie Two Brothers: Converging Vision – Diverging Views”. 2pm – 4pm. Washington County Arts Council Gallery, 34 South Potomac Street, Hagerstown, MD. 301-791-3132 or http://www.washingtoncountyarts.com.

October 3 – Civil War Medicine, a Program for Children

Professionals from the National Civil War Medicine Museum will be at Discovery Station presenting a program about the lasting impact that Civil War medical practices had on our Nation. Free program. Discovery Station, 101 W. Washington Street, Hagerstown, MD 21740. 301-790-0076 or http://www.discoverystation.org

October 3 & 4- 124th NY Infantry Weekend

Antietam National Battlefield, 5831 Dunker Church Rd, Sharpsburg. Park entrance fee $5 per person or $10 per family. Living history volunteers will portray the 124th New York Infantry, re-creating the life of a Civil War solider. Weapons demonstrations will be held Saturday and Sunday with ongoing interpretation in the camp throughout the week. For more information call 301-432-5124

October 3 & 4 – Fort Frederick in the Civil War

Experience a weekend of living history and tactics demonstrations to commemorate Fort Frederick’s role in the American Civil War. Park Entrance fees apply 10am – 3pm. Fort Frederick State Park, 11100Fort Frederick Road, Big Pool, MD 21711. 301-842-2155 or http://www.dnr.state.md.us/publiclands/pdfs/ffsp_events.pdf

October 4 – Mystery in Africa

2 pm Leonard P Snyder Branch Library, 12624 Broadfording Rd, Clear Spring. Free Isabelle Stottlemeyer will discuss the “No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency” series by Alexander McCall Smith following by a film. Lite refreshments. Registration required. Call 301-842-2730

October 4 – Apple Fest

1 to 4 pm – Washington County Rural Heritage Museum, 7313 Sharpsburg Pike, South of Hagerstown. Ice Cream social and grand opening of the country store. Call 240-420-1714 or go to www.ruralheritagemuseum.org

October 5- Motion Commotion

6 to 8 pm – Fletcher Library, 100 S Potomac St Downtown Hagerstown. Free event – Celebrate National Youth Science Day with 4-H. For ages 8 to 12. Register in advance with the children’s department. Call 301-739-3250 x 250 or email wcflchildren@washcolibrary.org

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301-733-3267 fax 301-733-3912
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Family Fun for the Weekend of September 25-27, 2015

September 25  – Thunder in the Square & Wind Down Friday
An antique and collector’s car show that will also feature motorcycles, trucks, tractors, and much more. Live music, kids activities. 5pm – 9:30pm. Hagerstown City Center and The Maryland Theatre, Hagerstown, MD. http://winddownhagerstown.com/  or http://www.hagerstownmd.org/

September 25 – 27 – Hagerstown’s Fall Kid’s Closet Consignment Sale
Open 9am each day. 50,000 + gently used kids items for sale and ALL under ONE roof. Items for babies to teens. Free admission to shop – cash & credit accepted . Best Western Grand Venice, 431 Dual Hwy, Hagerstown, MD. 240-818-6180 or http://www.kidscloset.biz

September 25 – 27 – Corn Maze – Celebration Farm
8-Acre Corn Maze and Pick-Your-Own Pumpkin Patch. Get Lost in one or all three of the Mazes for one price. Fridays 5pm – 10pm / Saturdays Noon-10 pm / Sundays Noon-5 pm. Open other days by appointment for groups. Celebration Farm, 17638 Garden View Road, Hagerstown, MD. 301-393-4377 or http://www.HagerstownCornMaze.org.

September 26 – Museum Day Live!
Free admission today at Discovery Station, 101 W. Washington Street, Hagerstown, MD 21740. 301-790-0076 or  www.discoverystation.org

September 26 – Free Movie “Birds of Paradise”
Boonsboro Free Branch Library, 401 Potomac St, Boonsboro will show this free movie after 1130 am story time. A case of mistaken identity leads Jack and Aurora on an adventure. 301-432-5723 or go to www.washcolibrary.org

September 26- Classic Car Group for Children Car Show
5 to 8 pm at Valley Mall, Hagerstown. Free event with donations accepted for Shriner’s Hospital for Children. Music and cars

September 26- Fall Festival
1 to 3:30 pm at Hagerstown Church of the Brethren, 15 S Mulberry St, Hagerstown. The festival will feature an inflatable attraction, dunk tank, free food, games and bingo with prizes. For information call 301-331-8010

September 26 – Magic Show
2 pm – Hancock Performing arts, 126 W High St, Hancock. Tickets are $7 for adults, $5 ages 12 and younger. Drinks and snacks will be sold. The show will feature Khan Du and Co., Max Mixwell, The Magic of Robert Robert and Culler Magic. For tickets call 301-678-5622, visit Hancock Town Hall or purchase at the door.

September 26- Free Movie “Cinderella (2015)”
3 to 5:30 pm Hancock Library, 220 Park Rd Hancock. Free movie but registration is required. This is the Disney’s live-action take on the classic fairy tale. To register call 301-678-5300 or go to www.washcolibrary.org

September 26- Free Movie “Age of Adaline (PG)”
6 to 8 pm Hancock Library, 220 Park Rd Hancock. Free movie but registration is required. A young woman is rendered agelessly am accident. To register call 301-678-5300 or go to www.washcolibrary.org

September 26- Free Movie “Cinderella”
7 pm – Bridge of Life, 14 S Potomac St, Downtown Hagerstown – Free movie, popcorn and drinks. Bring the kids and the neighbors. Cinderella – When her father unexpectedly passes away, young Ella finds herself at the mercy of her cruel stepmother and her daughters. Never one to give up hope, Ella’s fortunes begin to change after meeting a dashing stranger PG 301-791-1674

September 21 – 25 – Antietam National Battlefield 153rd Anniversary Commemoration
There will be ranger led battlefield hikes, driving tours, living history infantry and artillery firing demonstrations, a tour of the Antietam National Cemetery, a Civil War brass band concert, and much more. For more information, see our full schedule of events: http://www.nps.gov/anti/planyourvisit/upload/2015-Battle-Anniversary-Schedule.pdf.  Antietam National Battlefield, Sharpsburg, MD

September 26 & 27 – Aftermath of Battle Weekend
Living history volunteers will tell the story of the United States Sanitary Commission and demonstrate the role it played in improving the life of the common soldier by portraying a soldier feeding station. They will discuss their role in the Civil War and the aftermath of the Battle of Antietam by providing comfort and solace to the troops.  Antietam National Battlefield, 5831 Dunker Church Road, Sharpsburg, MD. 301-432-5124 or http://www.nps.gov/anti

September 26 & 27 – Smithsburg Steam and Craft Show
Entertainment for the whole family. Breakfast served daily 8am-10am. Arts and crafts, saw mill, craft demonstrations, tractors & gas engines, and good home cooking. Free admission. Please no pets allowed. 10am – 5pm Daily.  Parade Sat. Sept. 26th at 5:00 pm.  Smithsburg Fire Hall grounds, Smithsburg, MD. 301-665-2882. September 27 – Pen Mar Park Music and Dancing Featuring “Detente”. 2pm – 5 pm. Pen Mar Park, 14600 PenMar/High Rock Road, Cascade, MD 21719.  240-313-2807 or http://www.washco-md.net/parks_facilities/p-PenMarPark.shtm

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Family Fun for the weekend of December 19th, 2014.

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Here are some fun things to do in Washington County this weekend…

Trains of Christmas
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Friday, Saturdays and Sunday 1 to 5 pm
WHERE: Hagerstown Railroad Museum, 300 S Burhans Blvd Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Enjoy the visions, sounds and snows of Christmas, past and present, on an “O” gauge railroad featuring the trains of Lionel, MTH, Williams, Weaver and others. Also trains for kids to run, HO and O scale model railroads
COST Admission fee is charged
CONTACT For more information go to http://www.roundhouse.org
 
Christmas Lights
WHEN and WHAT TIME: After Dark
WHERE: Washington County
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: We are blessed to have tons of places that you can take the family to view the Christmas lights this holiday season. From Bryon Memorial Park in Williamsport, or City Park in Hagerstown – with digitalized pieces of Christmas joy in Smithsburg, Boonsboro and Halfway it truly an amazing site to see.

Check out our sister Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/pages/Christmas-Lights-in-Washington-County-MD/265983060191574 to see the best places to take a look or to share your favorites! So gather the kids, get some hot chocolate and go for a ride!

COST Free
 
Fly on in Santa
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Friday December 19th from 5 to 8 pm and Sunday December 21st  from 2 to 5 pm.
WHERE: Hagerstown Regional Airport is located north of Hagerstown.
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Santa is coming to the Airport So bring the kids and get your picture taken with Santa and share your wish list.
COST
CONTACT For reservations go to Allegiant.com or call 702-505-8888
 
Holiday Spectacular
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Friday, December 19th at 730 pm
WHERE: Maryland Theatre, 21 S Potomac St, downtown Hagerstown.
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: The Barbara Ingram School of the Arts students will present songs, dance, stories and visual images using costumes and seasonal sets this at the.
COST Tickets cost $10 to $25
CONTACT For more information go to http://www.mdtheatre.org
 
Saturday Plus at Discovery Station
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Saturday, December 20th 11 am to 2 pm
WHERE: Discovery Station, 101 W Washington  St Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE:  Tim Rowland will discuss his book

 

COST Free with museum admission fee $5 to $7. Registration is required and space is limited
CONTACT Call 301-790-0076
 
Christmas with the Choral Arts
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Saturday, December 20th 4 pm
WHERE: Trinity Lutheran Church, 15 Randolph Ave, Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Hagerstown Choral Arts will present Christmas music.
COST . Free donations will be accepted
CONTACT For more info go to http://www.hagerstownchoralarts.org
 
Living Nativity
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Saturday, December 20th 6 to 830 pm
WHERE: Welty Church of the Brethren, 13465 Greensburg Rd, Smithsburg
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Enjoy a Living Nativity including live animals
COST Free
 
Joy Joy Joy
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Two chances to enjoy

 

Saturday December 20th 7 pm – New Covenant Fellowship, 18301 Breathedsville Rd, Boonsboro – Joy, Joy, Joy – a Christmas musical celebration for the whole family. For more information call 301-432-2621

Sunday December 21st  11 am – Pleasant Valley Baptist Church, 3346 Gapland Rd, Rohrersville  – Joy, Joy, Joy – a Christmas musical celebration for the whole family. For more information call 301-432-2621

COST Free
“Amahi and the Night Visitors”
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Sunday December 21st at 3 pm
WHERE: Maryland Theatre, 21 S. Potomac St, downtown Hagerstown.
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Presented this by the Hub Opera Ensemble and Towson University’s Music for the Stage Ensemble
COST Tickets are $25 to $55
CONTACT at wwww.mdtheatre.org or call 301-790-2000.
 
Family Game night
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Tuesday December 23rd 5 pm
WHERE: Keedysville Library at 22 Taylor Dr, Keedysville
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: will host a Family board game night – children, teens and adults are invited to come and play classic board games like Jenga, Don’t Break the Ice and Monopoly or bring their own game.
COST Free No registration needed
CONTACT Call 301-432-6641 or go to http://www.washcolibrary.org
 
Christmas Crafts
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Tuesday December 5 to 7 pm
WHERE: Willaimsport Memorial Library, 104 E Potomac St, Williamsport
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: will host a Holiday Craft Night- An evening of holiday crafts of all kinds for all ages.
COST Free
CONTACT Call 301-223-7027 or go to http://www.washcolibrary.org
 
Free Movie
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Wednesday December 24th at 9am
WHERE: Leitersburg Cinemas, Leitersburg Pike, north of Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Bring the kids for a free showing of Elf on the big screen
COST Free
CONTACT Go to http://www.leitersburgcinemas.com
 

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82 W. Washington St, Suite 502, Hagerstown, MD 21740
301-733-3267 fax 301-733-3912
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Family Fun for the weekend of December 12th, 2014

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Here are some fun things to do in Washington County this weekend…

Trains of Christmas
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Friday, Saturdays and Sunday 1 to 5 pm
WHERE: Hagerstown Railroad Museum, 300 S Burhans Blvd Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Enjoy the visions, sounds and snows of Christmas, past and present, on an “O” gauge railroad featuring the trains of Lionel, MTH, Williams, Weaver and others. Also trains for kids to run, HO and O scale model railroads
COST Admission fee is charged
CONTACT For more information go to http://www.roundhouse.org
 
German Christmas
WHEN and WHAT TIME: 10 am to 4 pm Friday December 12th, Saturday, December 13th and then noon to 4 pm on Sundays December 14th
WHERE: Hager House
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: The Hager House will kick off their annual German Christmas celebration
COST Admission is $3, $2 for seniors ages 62 and older and students age 13 to 17, $1 for ages 6 to 12 and free for ages 5 and younger
CONTACT For more information call 301-739-8577 x 170
 
Ringgold Country Christmas
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Fri Dec 12th, Sat Dec 13th and Sun Dec 14th activities at 6 pm and Worship at 7 pm
WHERE: Historic Ringgold Meeting House, 14426 Misty Meadows Rd, Smithsburg
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Dress warmly and come enjoy the living Nativity Scene, carolers, roasted chestnut, wagon rides, cookies, hot chocolate and cider plus more. Sponsored by Ringgold Church of Christ.
COST Free
CONTACT For 301-824-2772
 
Funkstown Old Tyme Christmas
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Friday December 12th from 6 to 830 pm
WHERE: town of Funkstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: With candle light and Christmas spirit. With a Yule log bonfire, living nativity and live sheep in the park; 6 30 pm piano recital, 630 pm E Russell Hicks band performs, 7 pm Santa at Town Hall. Face painting and other activities as well.

 

CHRISTMAS IN THE PARK -See the Yule log fire, have some popcorn, S’mores and cook some hot dogs with the scouts. Visit the living nativity with the sheep. The wagon ride will be making a stop to let passengers out to see the festivities and return to town hall later. The Scouts are right at home celebrating Christmas in the park and they invite you to join them. The Funkstown Boy Scout Troop 23 will be encamped in the park for the night as well as singing carols around town and helping where they are needed.

 

ANTIQUE AND CRAFT SHOPS. This is also an excellent chance to get a jump on that last minute Christmas shopping, with most of the shops in town staying open throughout the evening to help you with those hard to find surprises. Don’t forget to look for the new shops in town, and visit the dinner that will be held in the lower level of the fire hall again this year.

 

ST PAUL’S CHURCH  The annual multi-vendor craft fair will be held in the fellowship hall instead of at the fire hall. The church will also be open with a variety of seasonal music in the sanctuary.

 

WAGON RIDES First wagon ride leaves at 6:30 and the last ride will be leaving at 8:30. Stops In front of town hall and Funkstown Park so that you may disembark and enjoy the festivities there. Rides are limited to 20 people each

 

COST Most activities are free
CONTACT For more information go to http://www.funkstown.com/special-events/oldetymechristmas/schedule-of-events/
 
Charlie Brown Christmas 2014
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Open Saturdays December  13 and Sunday December 14 from 3 to 8 pm
WHERE: Springfield Farm Barn, Williamsport
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Come and check out more than 100 decorated trees filling the Barn on Springfield Farm with several surprises in the branches..  Be sure to check out the lights in the park as well
COST Admission is free.
 
Christmas PJ Party at Discovery Station
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Saturday, Dec 13 – 2 to 3 pm –
WHERE: Discovery Station, 101 W Washington  St Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE:  Children of all ages can participate in a scavenger hunt, goodies and Santa. Children must be dressed in appropriate and warm clothing..

 

COST Free with museum admission fee $5 to $7. Registration is required and space is limited
CONTACT Call 301-790-0076
 
Kids Christmas in Downtown Hagerstown
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Saturday Dec 13th – 8 am to 2 pm
WHERE: Downtown Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: – Children are invited to come with their families to enjoy different free events at select locations with the Frostburg State University Elves. Activities include cookie decorating, craft making, store time, face painting and Elf Olympics.
COST Free
 
Christmas Market
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Sat Dec 13th – 10 am to 4pm
WHERE: Bridge of Life Church, 6 S Potomac St, Downtown Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE:  Hagerstown Area Police Athletic League Artisan Christmas Market
COST Free
 
Christmas Craft Show
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Sat Dec 13th – 9 am to 3 pm
WHERE: Fort  Ritchie Community Center, 14421 Lake Royer Dr Cascade
WHAT YOU’LL SEE:  more than 60 vendors, face painting , sand art, Santa will be there for pictures from 10 am to noon.
COST free admission
CONTACT For more information go to http://www.thefrcc.org
 
Free Movie
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Saturday Dec 13th – 3 pm
WHERE: Hancock Library- 100 S Potomac St Hancock
WHAT YOU’LL SEE:  They will show the movie “Maleficent” Rated PG –
COST Free registration is required
CONTACT call 301-739-3250
 
Christmas in Clear Spring
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Saturday, December 13th
WHERE: Various locations in Clear Spring
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: From 530 to 830 pm, there will be a live nativity at St John’s, antique toy display at Town Hall and Clear Spring Hardware, model trains at St Andrew’s social hall,  youth craft activity at the Clear Spring Library. Music will be performed at various locations in Clear Spring. For more information call 301-842-3789.

 

The Plumb Grove Mansion Candlelight will also run from 2 to 11 pm. The house, slave quarters and summer kitchen will be decorated. Admission is $5 a person. Plumb Grove Mansion is located at 12654 Broadfording Rd, Clear Spring.

 

The Brown Meeting house at 11 S Mill St, Clear Spring will be home from 2 to 9 pm to tour- This two-story log structure was built in 1825 and features exhibits related to the history of Clear Spring. Free admission

 

The Hovermale Home, 145 Cumberland St, Clear Spring will be open to tour as well. Free admission and hosted by Carol and Teddy Hovermale.

COST May apply
CONTACT See above
 
Rest Haven Christmas Concert and Festival of Lights
WHEN and WHAT TIME:  Saturday, December 13th
WHERE: Rest Haven, 1601 Pennsylvania Ave, Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Chapel open from 2 to 10 pm; Appalachian Winds will perform at 3 pm Following the concert more than 10,000 luminaries will be lit and blanket the cemetery.
COST Free
 
Festival of Wreaths and Luminaries Remembrance Display
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Sat Dec 13th 3 to 7 pm
WHERE: Fahrney-Keedy Home and Village 8507 Mapleville Rd Boonsboro
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Festival of wreaths and a luminaries remembrance display –– Wreath display and bake sale from 3 to 530 pm Luminaries display begins at 5 pm
COST Free
 
Antietam National Battlefield Memorial Illumination
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Saturday, December 13th – 6 pm
WHERE: Antietam Battlefield off Sharpsburg Pike
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: enter off the Rt 34 side – Volunteers will place and light more than 23,000 candles on the battlefield, each representing a casualty from the bloodiest single day battle in American history.
COST Free
CONTACT In case of inclement weather call 301-791-3246
 
 
Home For the Holidays Concert
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Sat Dec 13th 7 pm and Sunday Dec 14th at 3 pm
WHERE: Maryland Theater, 21 S Potomac St Downtown Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE:  this year’s guests will be Colleen Daley, soprano, Rob Tudor, baritone, Hagerstown Choral Arts and Barbara Ingram School for the Arts Concert Choir. St Nick will lead a yuletide sign-along.
COST Tickets $12 to $25
CONTACT For more information go to http://www.marylandsymphony.org
 
Christmas Concert
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Sat Dec 13th – 5 pm
WHERE: Haven Lutheran Church, 1035 Haven Rd, Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE:  Delta Brass Band of Chambersburg and Haven Lutheran Church Choir will perform Christmas carols and other old time favorites
COST Admission is free
CONTACT for more info call 301-733-5056
 
Live Nativity
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Sat Dec 13th and Sunday December 14th 6 pm
WHERE: – Emmanuel United Methodist Church, 802 Summit Ave, Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: The Christmas Story told through narration, costumes, music and lighting.
COST Free
 
“A Christmas Prayer”
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Sunday Dec 14th – 7 pm
WHERE: Maranatha Brethren Church, 19835 Scott Hill Dr Hagerstown –
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: “A Christmas Prayer” Interactive choir and drama performance.
COST Free
CONTACT For more information call 301-739-1717
 
Williamsport Community Band Concert
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Sunday – Dec 14th 3 pm
WHERE: St James Brethren Church, 17718 Lappans Rd, Williamsport
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: The Williamsport Community Band will perform.
COST Free concert
CONTACT for more information call 301-223-6538
 
 

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82 W. Washington St, Suite 502, Hagerstown, MD 21740
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Family Fun for the weekend of December 5th, 2014

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Here are some fun things to do in Washington County this weekend…

Trains of Christmas
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Friday, Saturdays and Sunday 1 to 5 pm
WHERE: Hagerstown Railroad Museum, 300 S Burhans Blvd Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Enjoy the visions, sounds and snows of Christmas, past and present, on an “O” gauge railroad featuring the trains of Lionel, MTH, Williams, Weaver and others. Also trains for kids to run, HO and O scale model railroads
COST Admission fee is charged
CONTACT For more information go to http://www.roundhouse.org
 
Rural Heritage Village by Candlelight – Children’s Frolic
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Friday, December 5th6 to 9 pm
WHERE: Washington County Rural Heritage Museum, 7313 Sharpsburg Pike, south of Hagerstown.
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: take a trip back in time at the Rural Heritage Village while you learn about local holiday customs for children and traditions from early settlers, village decorated by candlelight, caroling, storytelling and a wagon ride, and the hearth will be lit.
COST The event is open to the public and is free
CONTACT For more information go to http://www.ruralheritagemuseum.org
 
Hagerstown City Park lighting
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Friday, December 6th  6 to 830 pm
WHERE: City Park
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: the Christmas lights will be turned at Hagerstown’s City Park. This event will run from and will also include a scavenger hunt. Inclement weather date is Saturday December 7th.
COST Event is open to the public and is free.
CONTACT For more information call 301-739-5727.
 
Williamsport Christmas Parade and Park Lighting
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Friday December 5th 7 pm
WHERE: Williamsport
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Parade of bands, floats and fire trucks will parade through Downtown Williamsport from the Water Tower to Bryon Memorial Park – ending with lighting of the lights at the Park.
COST Free
 
Christmas Tree Lighting with Santa Claus
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Friday December 5th 6:38 – 8 pm
WHERE: Shafer Park pavilion 4, 37 Park Dr, Boonsboro.
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: A small parade will enter the park with Santa on a fire truck. The mayor will light the town tree as visitors listen to live music and tour the park.  There will be cookies and hot chocolate, lights and luminaries, and a chance for children to visit Santa. This event includes the Flat Frosties Scavenger Hunt. For more information go to http://www.townboonsboro.md.us
COST Free
 
Smithsburg Tree Lighting and open house
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Friday December 5th 630 – 9 pm
WHERE: Veterans Park, 64 Water St, Smithsburg
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: An open house will be held at the Smithsburg Library following the tree lighting. Cookies, hot beverages, mini book sales and story time for all ages at 730pm. Free take home craft for children while supplies last.
COST Free
CONTACT For more information call 301-824-7722
 
A night of One Act Comedies
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Thursday, December 4, Friday, December 5th and Saturday, December 6th at 7 pm each night
WHERE: Boonsboro High School is located at 10 Campus Ave, Boonsboro.
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: The Boonsboro High School Drama department will present a series of one act comedy plays. 4 plays will be presented Thursday, 4 different productions on Friday and then all 8 will be presented on Saturday.
COST Tickets are $5 a person and can be purchased at the door or by calling 301-766-8022 and asking for Michael Bair.
German Christmas
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Friday December 5th – with additional hours of 10 am to 4 pm Friday December 12th, Saturday, December 6th and 13th and then noon to 4 pm on Sundays December 7th and 14th
WHERE: Hager House
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: The Hager House will kick off their annual German Christmas celebration
COST Admission is $3, $2 for seniors ages 62 and older and students age 13 to 17, $1 for ages 6 to 12 and free for ages 5 and younger
CONTACT For more information call 301-739-8577 x 170
 
Charlie Brown Christmas 2014
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Open Saturdays December 6 & 13 and Sunday December 7 & 14 from 3 to 8 pm and Tuesday December 9th from noon to 5
WHERE: Springfield Farm Barn, Williamsport
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Come and check out more than 100 decorated trees filling the Barn on Springfield Farm with several surprises in the branches..  Be sure to check out the lights in the park as well
COST Admission is free.

Please feel free to email missy@nashhomes4u.com if you have an idea that you would be willing to share.

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Listing Agent, Tina Nash              Direct 301-733-3267
Buyer’s Agent, Missy DeHaven    Direct 301-667-9660
82 W. Washington St, Suite 502, Hagerstown, MD 21740
301-733-3267 fax 301-733-3912
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Family Fun for the Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend 11/26/2014

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Here are some fun things to do in Washington County this weekend…

Thanksgiving Dinner
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Thursday November 27th
WHERE:
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Just in case you don’t have any plans for tomorrow’s (November 27th) Thanksgiving dinner – check out these locations that will have a free meal

•          The Hope Center at Hagerstown Rescue Mission will host a free meal at 1130 am at Trinity Center at 125 N Prospect St, Hagerstown. Those interested in volunteering may call 301-739-1165

•          The annual Community Thanksgiving Day Dinner, a community partnership event, will be held from noon to 4 pm at the Robert W Johnson Community Center at 109 W North Ave in Hagerstown

•          St John’s Lutheran Church at 141 S Potomac St Hagerstown is hosting a free dinner from noon to 3 pm.

•          The LGBT Friendly Community Thanksgiving Dinner will be from 1 to 3 pm at New Light Metropolitan Community Church at 40 w Church St In Hagerstown . Doors open at noon and the meal starts at 1 pm

•          Boonsboro Bible Baptist Church is serving a free Thanksgiving dinner to all who attend on Thursday from noon to 4 pm. Take-out meals will be available. The church is at 6741 Old National Pike in Boonsboro. For more information, call 301-432-6154.

•          Williamsport United Methodist Church at 25 E Church St, Williamsport will host a free dinner from 2 to 6 pm. The menu includes turkey and all the trimmings

Trains of Christmas
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Friday, Saturdays and Sunday 1 to 5 pm
WHERE: Hagerstown Railroad Museum, 300 S Burhans Blvd Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Enjoy the visions, sounds and snows of Christmas, past and present, on an “O” gauge railroad featuring the trains of Lionel, MTH, Williams, Weaver and others. Also trains for kids to run, HO and O scale model railroads
COST Admission fee is charged
CONTACT For more information go to http://www.roundhouse.org
 
Pop up Shops
WHEN and WHAT TIME: encore weekend November 28-29
WHERE: Downtown Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Don’t forget to visit your favorite downtown retailers and restaurants this holiday season. The Downtown Movement, in partnership with the City of Hagerstown, is hosting another Pop-Up Shop event with a holiday focus. Browse unique gifts from local businesses the.
COST Free
CONTACT For more information on Pop-Up Shops, visit http://www.downtownmovement.org.
 
Small Business Saturday
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Saturday November 29th
WHERE: Small Business across the country
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: The story of America is written in every small business. It’s written in the cafes where we meet our first loves. And in the boutiques where we buy our babies’ clothes. On Nov 29, be there for the businesses that are there for you to help write the next chapter. So be sure to check out all the small businesses in Washington County from the shops in Downtown Hagerstown to the one of a kind restaurants all over the county.
TrainFest Fall 2014
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Saturday, November 29th from 9 am  to 2 pm
WHERE: Washington County Agricultural Education Center, 7313 Sharpsburg Pike, south of Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Come and check out all the model trains for sale
COST Admission is $5 per person, free for ages 11 and younger
CONTACT For more information call 301-800-9829.
 
Saturday Plus at Discovery Station
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Saturday, November 29th  11 am
WHERE: Discovery Station, 101 W Washington St Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Mr. Magic, Dean Burkett will present “Turkey Magic”
COST Free with Museum admission of $5 to $7
CONTACT Go to www.discoverystation.org

Please feel free to email missy@nashhomes4u.com if you have an idea that you would be willing to share.

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Listing Agent, Tina Nash              Direct 301-733-3267
Buyer’s Agent, Missy DeHaven    Direct 301-667-9660
82 W. Washington St, Suite 502,
Hagerstown, MD 21740
301-733-3267
fax 301-733-3912
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Family Fun for the weekend of November 21st, 2014

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Here are some fun things to do in Washington County this weekend…

BISFA Fall Theatre Production
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Into the Woods JR (only)… Friday November 21 7:30 pmPresented together ….

Into the Woods JR and Fairy Tale Courtroom…. Saturday, November 22 7:00 p.m.

Into the Woods JR and Fairy Tale Courtroom…. Sunday, November 23 2:30 p.m.

 

WHERE: The Productions are held at the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts Black Box Theatre
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: The Barbara Ingram School for the Arts Theatre Department is busy preparing their upcoming Fall Productions. This year the theatre department members are presenting their favorite fairy tales told in two uniquely different styles.The Junior and Senior theatre members are presenting Into the Woods, Jr., the authorized young performer’s edition of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s cock-eyed view of everyone’s favorite fairytale characters in a hysterical take on the Brothers Grimm. (The movie version based on the complete Broadway Production of Into the Woods is scheduled to hit movie theaters Christmas Day). In this, a bit shorter and lighter junior version, The Grimm’s fairytale characters Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the Beanstalk and Rapunzel, among others, offer a cock-eyed musical intertwining of the traditional story plots and follow the characters as they explore the consequences of their wishes and quests.

The Freshman and Sophomore theatre members as a pre-show offer a more traditional one act comedy, Fairy Tale Courtroom by Dana Proulx, which shows the other side of the familiar fairy tales when two of their biggest villains, the Big Bad Wolf and the Wicked Witch, are brought to trial. The audience is the jury, so each trial has two endings depending on the verdict.

Both productions will highlight the amazing talents of the Theatre Department members from Barbara Ingram. These are both child friendly productions.

COST All seats are reserved and only 72 seats each performance. Tickets are $10.00 for Adults and $5.00 for children 10 & under.
CONTACT Call the school- 301-766-8840 to reserve your tickets
 
Trains of Christmas
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Friday, Saturdays and Sunday 1 to 5 pm
WHERE: Hagerstown Railroad Museum, 300 S Burhans Blvd Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Enjoy the visions, sounds and snows of Christmas, past and present, on an “O” gauge railroad featuring the trains of Lionel, MTH, Williams, Weaver and others. Also trains for kids to run, HO and O scale model railroads
COST Admission fee is charged
CONTACT For more information go to http://www.roundhouse.org
 
Pop up Shops
WHEN and WHAT TIME: weekend of November 21-23 with an encore weekend November 28-29
WHERE: Downtown Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Don’t forget to visit your favorite downtown retailers and restaurants this holiday season. The Downtown Movement, in partnership with the City of Hagerstown, is hosting another Pop-Up Shop event with a holiday focus. Browse unique gifts from local businesses the.
COST Free
CONTACT For more information on Pop-Up Shops, visit http://www.downtownmovement.org.
 
City Center Tree Lighting
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Friday, November 21st at 7:00 p.m.
WHERE: Public Square Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Beginning at 5:30 p.m., both the North Hagerstown High Brass Band and the South Hagerstown Brass Ensemble will perform in Public Square, and Girls, Inc. will serenade onlookers with Christmas carols. Vocalists from Barbara Ingram School for the Arts Chorale will be singing carols on the hay wagon bringing Santa and Mayor Gysberts to Public Square.This year the Christmas Tree in Public Square is a 25-foot Blue Spruce donated by Dick Mumma of Hagerstown. The tree will be lit by representatives of the Downtown Movement, Rori Daughtridge and Jackie Beach-Walker and Mayor Dave Gysberts. Ornaments were created for this year’s tree by students from the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts’ Visual Arts Department under the direction of Dr. Teresa Roberts. These students include Sophia Bartell, Jenna Becker, Aislinn Cohen, Emileigh Ebersole, Katie Grahl, Alexis Hemming, Lovelei Holly, Molly Knepper, Will Kuate, Olivia Lawrence, Kenzi Lovell, Alicia Niles, Michael Snyder, Taylor Souders, Logan Toms, and Abby Wennick.

Bulls & Bears will provide free hot chocolate and refreshments in the Square, and Otterbein United Methodist Church will be giving away free popcorn. Face painting will be available for children 12 and under. This will be done by Barbara Ingram School for the Arts Parents Guild.

COST Event is free to the public,
 
Holly Fest
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Friday, November 21st at 8:00 p.m
WHERE: Maryland Theatre
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Originating as a Christmas Parade many years ago, weather conditions and the Alsatia Mummers Parade, which occurs every year near the holiday season, brought the festivities indoors to become what we now know as Hollyfest. Traditionally, Hollyfest is an evening event featuring the talent of local students and children’s groups from our community. The City of Hagerstown, in conjunction with sponsors The Columbia Bank – Hagerstown Trust Division and Antietam Cable Television/Disney are proud to announce the 2014 program of Hollyfest participants: North High Saxophone Quartet, South High Brass Ensemble, Washington County Showkids & Show Company, North High Advanced Chorus, Evolution Rock School, Barbara Ingram Dance Ensemble, Dancin’ Time Studios, and North High a cappella group. Miss Maryland, Jade Kenny, will be reading “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.” There will also be special appearances by the Dean of Magic, and Santa will even make time in his busy schedule for a quick stop in the Theatre for Hollyfest!
COST This event is free and open to public no tickets needed.
 
Kids’ Closet Connection Holiday Event
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Open Friday November 21st from 9 am to 7 pm; Saturday November 22nd 9 am to 5 pm; Sunday November 23rd 9 am to 2 pm
WHERE: Best Western Grand Venice Hotel, 431 Dual Highway, Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Over 200 local families will participate in this consignment event. Open to the public with free admission to shop. With tons of children’s clothing, toys and accessories   to shop for the holidays. Cash and credit accepted.
COST Free Admission
CONTACT . For more information go to http://www.kidscloset.biz
 
Western Maryland Farm Toy Show
WHEN and WHAT TIME: 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 21; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 22
WHERE: Washington County Agricultural Education Center, 7313 Sharpsburg Pike, south of Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Farm toys.
COST $2; $1.50 seniors; free for ages 10 and younger
CONTACT Call 301-790-2422 or 301-797-3872.
 
Free Movie
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Friday November 21st at 630 pm and Saturday November 22nd at 1 and 630 pm
WHERE: Hagerstown Community Colleges’ Behavioral Sciences and Humanities Building auditorium, off Robinwood Dr, east of Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Free showing of “Guardians of the Galaxy” rated PG13
COST Free
CONTACT Call 240-500-2225
 
Bye Bye Birdie
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Friday November 21st at 7 pm and Saturday November 22nd at 2 and 7 pm
WHERE: Williamsport High School Auditorium, 5 S Clifton Dr Williamsport
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Presented by Authentic Community Theatre. Inspired by Elvis Presley’s draft into the US Army
COST $12 for adult $6 for students
CONTACT Go to www.actforal.org
 
Kris Kringle Holiday Craft Show
WHEN and WHAT TIME: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 22; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 23
WHERE: Hagerstown Community College Athletic, Recreation and Community Center, 11400 Robinwood Drive, east of Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Vendors will sell primitive and country crafts, jewelry, baskets, rugs, florals, pottery, art and more. at.   , proceeds go to Hagerstown Community College Student Athletic Scholarship Fund.
COST Admission is $1
CONTACT Follow KrisKringleHolidayCraftShow on Facebook, email linnymaew@gmail.com or go to http://www.kriskringlecraftshow.com.
 
Keedysville Arts and Crafts Tour
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Saturday November 22nd 10 am to 5pm and Sunday November 23rd 10 am to 4 pm
WHERE: Homes in Keedysville
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Multiple artisans will be at several houses around town, selling handcrafted creations, arts and baked goods
COST No Admission fee
CONTACT Call 301-432-8216
 
JFK 50 Mile Marathon
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Saturday November 22nd 7 am start
WHERE: Downtown Boonsboro
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: America’s oldest and longest ultra-marathon foot race, attracting over 1,000 participants from throughout the United States and many foreign countries. A challenging course that includes a portion of the Appalachian Trail and the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Towpath as well as several miles of paved surfaces at the beginning and end of the run. Marathon starts at 7 am in downtown Boonsboro and ends in Williamsport.
COST Free to watch
CONTACT For more information go to http://www.jfk50mile.org
 
Community Thanksgiving Service
WHEN and WHAT TIME: Sunday November 23rd at 7 pm
WHERE: St Mary’s Catholic Church, 224 W Washington St , Hagerstown
WHAT YOU’LL SEE: Where all faiths gather together to honor the true spirit of the season. 

 

COST Free

Please feel free to email missy@nashhomes4u.com if you have an idea that you would be willing to share.

For more fun activities – check out our 365 things to do in Washington County Maryland Fan page on Facebook. http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/365-Things-to-do-in-Washington-County-MD/114799601865380?ref=ts

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Broker, Bernard W. Semler II      Direct 301-733-3267
Listing Agent, Tina Nash              Direct 301-733-3267
Buyer’s Agent, Missy DeHaven    Direct 301-667-9660
82 W. Washington St, Suite 502, Hagerstown, MD 21740
301-733-3267 fax 301-733-3912
www.NashHomes4U.com

 

The finest compliment we can ever receive is a referral from our family, friends, and customers. Do you know someone who could use our help … Please let us know. Thanks and have a great day.

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